Left in Darkness (2006)





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A life forged in tragedy leads to an afterlife filled with darkness as a young girl journeys through purgatory in search of salvation in director Stephen J. Cannell's supernatural tale of terror. Celia (Monica Keena)'s mother died during childbirth, and her father disappeared shortly thereafter. Though her grandparents raised the young girl to their best of their abilities, Celia's grim fate was sealed as soon as she exited the womb. Drugged, raped, and killed by an accidental overdose on the night of her twenty-first birthday, Celia is about to discover that death is only the beginning for the unfortunate souls who neglected to seek salvation in life. Now Celia is trapped in a menacing netherworld land somewhere between salvation and damnation, and in order to reach the light she's going to have to make her way through a world populated by the demonic Soul Eaters and malevolent entities. As the spirit of her recently deceased grandfather (Tim Thomerson) attempts to lure her into an infernal underworld and her guardian angel (David Anders) tries to lead her safely to the other side, Celia will be forced to make a decision that will ultimately define the fate of her eternal soul.
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David Anders
as Donovan
Tarah Paige
as Rachel
Kelsey Barney
as Frat girl
Christina Cellner
as Young Celia
Jeridan Frye
as Lorie Ann Dobson
Cody Klop
as Young Donovan
Eric Ladin
as Gopher
Justin Spraggins
as Camera Guy
Jessica Stroup
as Justine
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Critic Reviews for Left in Darkness

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Full Review… | October 3, 2006

Left in Darkness is recommended-only barely, but it does deserve credit for avoiding CGI and not going with the usual [insert your own: evil videogame / J-ghost / haunted cellphone / frat party slasher] teen horror story clichés.

Full Review… | September 19, 2006

Audience Reviews for Left in Darkness

Decent film, not really horror (or even supernatural thriller) despite the subject matter, I would call it more of a ghost story. Interesting story (a bit on the dark side) and well acted, but never quite rose above just okay.

John Wagner
John Wagner

Left in Darkness was a great concept for a film. The plot had some generally entertaining twists and throws. I enjoyed the concept and the characters... yet the movie felt overdone and somewhat hollow.

Pete Skeris
Pete Skeris

Excellent performance from Monica Keena. Nice plot and decent acting. It's the girl from Freddy vs Jason! This little horror flick is interesting.

Jennifer Torres
Jennifer Torres

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